NBA fans divided as Pistons Blake Griffin omitted for apparent defect at Hornets Malik Monk


The controversial elimination for the Detroit star Blake Griffin split NBA enthusiasts and proved to be expensive for Pistons vs. Hornets.

Griffin got a foul-2 and was ejected with 7: 6 to play to check his shoulder at Malik Monk.

Recruiter Detroit turned his shoulder to touch the contact when Hornets man took the ball into color.

Despite the contact at the lowest end of the scale, the judges decided to give Griffin a shoe for a dangerous act.

Griffin was released because of a break in the Dark. Pic: Fox Sports

Pistons lost the 113-103 competition, with bleeding being especially separate for social media lovers.

Griffin shot 4-for-16, missing all five 3-pointers, and in the last two games 6 for 26.

Coach Detroit Dwane Casey went after the game in a stick for his subtly star.

"Please, Blake is taking too much load now," Casey said.

"It brings the ball to the ground, then goes to the post and hits every shot, and a toll is paid for it."

Casey was praised for NBA veteran Tony Parker, who, at the 28-minute extension, was left behind for hours at Hornets.

"That's what Tony does. I'm just surprised that he never loses speed and speed," Casey said.

"He came up to all points and we did not stop him.

"It's probably going to be the first Hall of Famer, but we have to be better."

Parker improved in the regular season against Pistons to 20-11, for the first time he played as a 19-year-old with San Antonio on January 2, 2002.

Spurs also defeated Detroit in the final in 2005 in seven games.

Cody Zeller added 14 points, as Charlotte won the third year in four matches.

Parker has urinated back with an antique screen. Pic: Getty

"I thought they were great tonight," said Charlotte coach James Borrego.

"Their efforts and their attention to detail were fantastic. I am really proud of our group at both ends of the ground."

Andre Drummond had 23 points and 22 rebounds for Pistons, while Reggie Bullock scored 23 points and scored six points with 3 points.

Detroit lost six out of eight after the start 4-0.

"We are our worst enemies," Casey said.

"We need to make lightning and we must not forget that we do not get caught up in defense. I have to make sure everyone understands our defense tasks."

Hornets started the third quarter with a 10-2 run to go forward 61-51, and only 12 points from Bullock in the quarter kept Detroit in eight going on in the quarter. Walker won nine points in the quarter-finals, while Charlotte went 6 of 8 points to three points.

"We played hard and we played the right way, but the challenge does not get upset," said Reggie Jackson.

"We need to find a way to stay consistent on the whole game."

With agencies

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